How to make PDF and online forms accessible with Acrobat XI

Learn how to create accessible PDF forms or compliant PDF forms for people who need accessible forms.

By February 1, 2013

 

In this tutorial, learn how to create accessible PDF forms or compliant PDF forms for people who need accessible forms using Acrobat XI Pro. This summary is excerpted from chapter 21 of Creating PDF Forms for Government by Ted Padova. Follow the link below to download the complete 7-page sample chapter.

This sample chapter from the free Creating PDF Forms for Government guide explains why all government forms need to be made accessible and how to make forms accessible.

Forms deployed on government websites should all be made accessible for persons with vision and motion challenges. Accessible forms contain the structure and design that optimizes readability on screen reading devices for the vision and motion challenged users.

Chapter 21 of The Creating PDF Forms for Government guide explores how to make a form accessible including:

  • What are Accessible PDF Forms?
  • esigning for Accessibility
  • hecking for Accessibility
  • hecking the Reading Order
  • esting the Form with Read Aloud

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